Greg Palast mpg
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Investigative reporter Greg Palast rakes the filthiest muck of globalization, corporate cons, and high-finance fraudsters in daily newspapers and on nightly national TV in England! Although he was born and raised in Southern California, Palast's consistently shocking reports rarely breach the wall corporate media has gradually built around the American people. As Noam Chomsky puts it, Palast upsets all the right people. However, the film Fahrenheit 9/11, which derived some of its factual ammunition from Palast's book, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, offered Americans a glimpse of his investigations. On Mother's Day 2004, Palast addressed a crowd of several hundred in San Diego. Utilizing documentary evidence and a witty delivery, Palast's oration on the truth behind the War on Terror and the Iraq War will both alarm and entertain viewers. Producer: Aaron Seeley (2005).
Jun 17, 2010, 02:00:36
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820d , 6h 46m 50s ago
Palast's work is hugely important.
www.gregpalast.com for a full range of media available from his work with BBC etc.
Especially now with a new oil disaster you can go to Palast and find out the aftermath of the Valdez spill in Alaska. Palast represented the tribal interests and has done a lot of reporting on it. Another major issue he broke is that of election doctoring through caging lists in the US. I had a speech of his up in the election year. Don't know if this is the same. I can bring that back in with a fresh torrent.
Jun 18 2010, 17:48 UTC
Saw it this evening. Not the same as mine. In any election year, Palast's stuff is important.
The one I have is from Seattle, it's aqn hour or so long and it's 1/4 the size of this one. I made it small with marginal rez on purpose to make the transfer easy. These things just don't get old.
Let me know if there is interest to refresh a torrent.
Thanks to the uploader for the one above.
Jun 19 2010, 03:05 UTC
I am now reseeding this Greg Palast speech during the Armed Madhouse tour.
Please support OBT to continue with contributions. And thanks to Martin for continuing the work.
Jun 19 2010, 17:48 UTC